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|09/DECEMBER/2018||Hartberg - Wacker Innsbruck||X||3.80||2-2||WON|
|09/DECEMBER/2018||Tilleur - Meux||2||5.80||2-3||WON|
|09/DECEMBER/2018||Sete - Rodez||1||3.60||2-0||WON|
|09/DECEMBER/2018||Erndtebruck - Schermbeck||X||4.00||0-0||WON|
|TOTAL ODD 317.376|
In organized sports, match fixing occurs as a match is played to a completely or partially pre-determined result, violating the rules of the game and often the law. The most common reason is to obtain a payoff from gamblers, but players may also intentionally perform poorly to gain a future advantage, such as a better draft pick or an easier opponent in a play-off. A player might also play poorly to rig a handicap system.
Match fixing, when motivated by gambling, requires contacts (and normally money transfers) between gamblers, players, team officials, and/or referees. These contacts and transfers can sometimes be found, and lead to prosecution by the law or the sports league(s). In contrast, losing for future advantage is internal to the team and very hard to prove. Often, substitutions made by the coach designed to deliberately increase the team's chances of losing (such as having key players sit out, using minimal or phantom injuries as an excuse), rather than ordering the players actually on the field to intentionally underperform, are cited as the main factor in cases where this has been alleged.
Match fixing generally refers to fixing the final result of the game. Another form of match fixing, known as spot fixing, involves fixing small events within a match which can be gambled upon, but which are unlikely to prove decisive in determining the final result of the game. Other names for match fixing include game fixing, race fixing, sports fixing, or hippodroming. Games that are deliberately lost are sometimes called thrown games. When a team intentionally loses a game, or does not score as high as it can, to obtain a perceived future competitive advantage, the team is often said to have tanked the game instead of having thrown it. In pool hustling, tanking is known as dumping. In sports where a handicap system exists and is capable of being abused, tanking is known as sandbagging.
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Brighton’s poor away record came back to haunt them last weekend as they lost 1-0 against the terribly out of form Burnley, but just as it did last season their home form is keeping them in the respectable realms of the Premier League table.
The Seagulls had the worst away record in the top flight last season but managed to survive thanks to their resilience at the Amex Stadium, and their south coast fortress is showing no signs of falling anytime soon. They have lost just once at home this season, and have only lost 5 times there since their return to the top flight last term.
Unfortunately for them, 4 of these defeats have come against the traditional Premier League Big Six. Spurs, Chelsea, Liverpool, and Manchester City have beaten them there, although they have beaten Manchester United twice and Arsenal once in this period.
Still, stopping a Chelsea side high on confidence on Sunday could be a task too large for Chris Hughton’s men. The visitors inflicted defeat on Manchester City for the first time this Premier League season last weekend, and they have only lost 2 of their 16 outings so far.
Admittedly there have been some slip ups along the way, but their win against Pep Guardiola’s defending champions will have buoyed belief in their ability to challenge for the title. They are now 8 points adrift of new leaders Liverpool, but they have a relatively favourable fixture list over the next month or so.
Defensively there is some work to do though, especially when they’re on their travels. Chelsea have conceded 5 goals in their last 2 away games in the Premier League, and they’re facing a Brighton side who have scored in all 7 of their Premier League home games this season. Looking back into last season, The Seagulls have found the net in 10 league home games on the bounce and in 21 of their 26 matches there since returning to the top flight.
They have also scored in 6 of their 8 home games against the Premier League Big Six, so given Chelsea’s recent defensive frailties we think backing Both Teams to Score here is the best option. In the end we’re expecting Chelsea’s newfound confidence to see them through, so we’re backing a 2-1 win for the visitors as well.
Things continue to get worse for Crystal Palace, and their 2-0 win over Fulham on the opening weekend of the Premier League season seems an awful long time ago now. Since that summer afternoon The Eagles have won just 2 more games in the top flight and have seen themselves plummet down the table, despite the optimistic outlook on life back in the summer break.
Last weekend they took the lead against the inconsistent West Ham and held on to it until half-time, but they completely collapsed after the break and ended up losing 3-2 at the London Stadium. This makes it 1 win, 3 draws, and 7 defeats from their last 11 Premier League outings, pushing them down to 16th in the table and just 2 points clear of the relegation zone.
Roy Hodgson will feel like he has a chance when they host Leicester though, because the visiting Foxes aren’t in the best shape at the moment either. Leicester lost at home to Spurs last weekend, and they have only won 2 of their last 9 games in the Premier League.
This hasn’t been enough to push them out of the top half of the table yet, but unless Claude Puel turns things around soon, they could find their race for the Europa League spots getting away from them.
Leicester’s problem hasn’t been losing games, but more that they can’t seem to find that edge to win them. 4 of their last 7 league games have ended in defeat, including matches against the struggling Burnley and Fulham. Away from home they have seen their last 2 matches end in stalemates, and with The Eagles drawing 2 of their last 5 home matches, we could well be in for a tight match on Saturday.
All things considered, we think backing the Draw looks the most valuable outcome on Saturday. Leicester have been the draw specialists of the Premier League recently, and while Crystal Palace are seeing marginal improvements, they will still struggle against the superior quality of their visitors. We’re backing that, along with a 1-1 correct score predictions.
Livingston will host Hearts on Friday at the Tony Macaroni Arena after the hosts dropped into the lower half of the table. Can Livi work their way back up?
Following a hectic few months that saw Livingston return to the Scottish Premiership after an eleven-year absence, Livingston have finally been able to settle down.
They had climbed up all the way to the top spots of the league thanks to an impressive run of unbeaten games when Gary Holt replaced Kenny Miller in the early weeks of the new season, and it’s all been about damage control ever since. Since that impressive won, Livingston went four games without a win, and the team was starting to raise some questions as to whether or not they had just been lucky. However, November saw the West Lothian club back to their winning ways when they beat Motherwell 2-0, and they have been yo-yoing ever since, as Livi went on to lose to Kilmarnock, then beat St Mirren before losing yet again during their midweek trip to Aberdeen.
Their most recent defeat was a prime example of what Scottish football has to offer. A poor display of football from Aberdeen saw them go into the changing rooms at half-time trailing Livingston 2-1. The visitors held their ground extremely well, despite Cosgrove bringing things level once again just before the 60-minute mark. However, Livingston would push their luck to the limit, and they ended up conceding in the dying moments of the game.
Hearts seem to have finally found their form once again. In what could have been the story of the season, the Jambos somehow let slip their amazing form at the start of the season, a form that propelled them to the top of the table for several weeks as they took full advantage of Celtic’s struggles.
It was precisely against Celtic in the League cup semi-final that Craig Levein’s side would collapse, and the dream was dead in the water unless they picked themselves up in the league the next game- the Edinburgh derby. That game ended goalless, but the dream would completely shatter when the Jambos visited Celtic once again, but this time in the league. It was a crucial test for the visitors, but they were no match for a Celtic team full of momentum.
Hearts would then play a further three matches without picking up any points or even scoring a goal- even if they technically scored against Rangers, but that was an own goal. Their midweek game saw them throw away what would have been an important win, as they ended up drawing with a high-flying St Johnstone, but they would end up with the victory when they faced Motherwell last week, thanks to Peter Haring’s 14th minute strike.
A win on Friday wouldn’t quite see Hearts go into first place, as they have a worse goal difference than Celtic, but it would be enough to overtake both Kilmarnock and Rangers and pile pressure on them before their respective games. Livingston prove time and time again that they are a force to be reckoned with in defence, but we are backing the visitors to win here, with a final score of 1-0.
The Ibrox-club have been pretty shaky as of late with some extremely uncertain results halting what as turning out to be such an impressive run. Rangers were just kicking into gear under Gerrard before they faced Aberdeen two weeks ago. They had gone unbeaten in eight league games with big wins over Hearts, Livingston and a 7-1 thrashing of Motherwell being the highlights in this streak of positive results.
However, their loss at home to Aberdeen has slightly stopped them in their tracks as a variety of discipline problems have plagued their last few matches. It was a very tetchy game as Scott McKenna opened the scoring on seven minutes, setting up a 90 minutes filled with cards as tensions drew close to boiling over. Nine cards were shown in the match with Aberdeen’s Sam Cosgrove and Rangers’ Alfredo Morelos both picking up two as the two strikers failed to leave an imprint on the scoresheet.
Rangers dominated the game as they had the ball for 64% of the time and got four shots on target but they just couldn’t put the ball in the back of the net with Morelos’ attacking presence lacking for the last half hour following his dismissal with no one really filling the gap. This was a sickening defeat for Rangers as they lost for the second time to the Dons this season and for the first time at home under Gerrard. They looked pretty toothless in contrast to their domination and this continued in their latest match as relegation battler Dundee held them to a 1-1 draw at Dens Park.
This should have been an easy win for this Rangers side but they really didn’t turn up with Morelos being sorely missed up front. The Colombian will be available for this match though as they aim to progress to the Europa League knockout stage but the ‘Gers will be without Daniel Candeias who was sent off against Spartak in their 4-3 loss.
Rapid Wien have been pretty disappointing in the league this season after last year’s 3rd place finish but have shown slight signs of improvement in the past few games. Their dramatic 2-1 win over Spartak Moscow last time out in the Europa League was massive and has given them a bit of confidence to push forward but they haven’t capitalised on it enough as their performances have been lacklustre under new manager Dietmar Kuehbauer.
The Austrian has only been in the job for two months but Wien have continued this average vein of form under the former-Sociedad man. They are unbeaten in their last three but this doesn’t tell the full story as they needed two late goals to beat bottom club Spartak plus showed nothing exciting in their win over Wacker. The relegation battlers usually get thrashed by Wien with results including 4-0 and 3-0 wins in recent history but Rapid could only get the single goal past this average side in the 92nd minute. They were disappointing again at the weekend as they drew 0-0 with Sturm which doesn’t set this game up well for them.
Rangers have already beaten Rapid in the Europa League with a 3-1 win in October edging this fixture in the Blues’ favour despite both teams’ poor form. Rangers have only won two of their last five away matches and are still to win on the road in the Europa League but Rapid haven’t been much better with just two wins in their last six at the Allianz Stadion. Rapid haven’t been fantastic in front of goal recently with five in their last six while Rangers have scored 13 in the same period although they looked poor offensively against Aberdeen and Dundee. Morelos will return to the starting eleven for this match which will be such a pivotal factor of the Bears’ performance here and we think that will be enough to carry them over the line. Tensions will be high as both sides try to progress but with Wien looking pretty poor against some average sides recently, we’re going to edge this one towards Rangers for a 1-0 victory with the Colombian striker a key part of the win.
Roma suffered yet another setback at the weekend, after an incredible draw at Cagliari. They slipped up to draw 2-2 against the nine-men of Cagliari, which has left them out of the European places. They’re now on a four-game winless run, keeping the pressure on Eusebio Di Francesco. The visitors will be looking to end that in this visit to the Czech Republic, but can they bounce back from their poor form and secure three points here? While they don’t need anything here to book their place in the next round, they really need a victory.
Viktoria Plzen have continued their solid form domestically, but they’ve got work to do in order to secure their place in the Europa League. The hosts managed to win against CSKA Moscow last time out, which put them into third place. The last Europa League spot is now in their reach, but can they finish the job when they meet Roma? Given that the Russians are away to Real Madrid, and with Plzen rank outsiders here, the Czech side may end up winning the race to third in an uncompetitive night.
Roma are stuck in second, after their 2-0 loss to Real Madrid in their last game. That defeat came days after a loss to Udinese, with the Giallorossi in a tough run of form. They’ve had issues throughout the season, and the manner in which they were taken apart by Real in Madrid is surely a worry. Of late, their problems have been clear. With an inexperienced side and a lack of organisation at the back, Roma aren’t the hardest side to score against, which should be a worry given that Plzen are coming off the back of a win over CSKA.
The visitors were 5-0 winners against Plzen in their last meeting, and Roma have a great record overall in meetings with the Czech side. 10 strikes in three encounters shows their strong results against Plzen in recent years, but the visitors need to be wary of their defensive issues. We can see this becoming a really entertaining tie, given that Plzen have been pretty lacklustre in defence so far this term.
The hosts have shipped 15 goals across five games, and we could easily see Roma adding another three here. They were able to win home and away to CSKA, and after hitting five against the Czechs the Giallorossi pack a punch going forward. However, back to back 2-2 draws show the issues facing the visitors. With all that taken into account, we think you can get good value on over 2.5 goals in this clash.
With top spot in their group wrapped up, Porto finish off their campaign with not a lot left to play for. They head into this one against a Galatasaray side who are done in this competition too, as they look towards the Europa League in 2019. Will they sign off with a victory in their final European game of the year, or are Gala set to come up short in this group once again? They were barely in the running for a top-two finish, while their league form suggests that their struggles could continue.
The hosts slipped up again at the weekend, drawing 2-2 with Rizespor in the Super Lig. They came into this season as domestic champions, aiming to build on that in the league and in Europe. However, a torrid season has left them struggling to make it back into Europe last term. Their issues in recent years, looked to be over as they marched back to the top of their domestic division, but they’ve been shown up in Europe this term. Will they finish off this group with a win over the leaders?
While Gala are struggling domestically, Porto’s title defence is faring much better. They’re four points clear of bitter rivals Benfica, while they’re three points clear at the top. The Dragons have raced through their group in the Champions League, with top spot already in the bag. They’ve made the most of a straightforward pool in Europe, while they’re showing themselves to be the best side in Portugal at a time when the giants are faltering. Having won the Primeira Liga last season, kicking on in Europe will certainly be among their New Years’ resolutions, and they can round off a solid campaign here.
The visitors come here unbeaten after five matches in Europe this term. They’ve been able to kick off a four-game winning run in the Champions League, which started with success over Galatasaray. In that run, they’ve racked up 11 goals, part of a great streak which has helped them dominate across multiple competitions.
Meanwhile, Galatasaray are unbeaten in their last six European home games. However, just two of those have brought wins. In this competition, they’re now winless in four. Their last eight in the Champions League has brought one victory – which came over a hapless Lokomotiv outfit. Meanwhile, the visitors have won 11 matches on the spin, so we’re backing Porto on the Double Chance market in this clash.
This is a significant game in the context of Athletic’s Bilbao’s season as they welcome Girona to San Mames for a Monday night showdown in La Liga. It’s the first league game for Athletic since they sacked Eduardo Berizzo after last week’s 3-0 defeat at Levante. 7 days on, they’ll be hoping to end a club record winless streak under new boss Gaizka Garitano.
Never before had Athletic gone 13 league games without a win. That was a sequence that ended Berizzo’s tenure, just a few months in. It was the first time in 12 years that Athletic have sacked a coach in the middle of the season and Garitano has a big job on his hands after his promotion from B team boss to take charge of the senior team, which is currently languishing in the bottom three.
This isn’t an easy game to have first up. Girona are impressing under Eusebio and are unbeaten in 8 matches in all competitions heading into this game. Many expected they would struggle following the departure of Pablo Machin to Sevilla and while they have ridden their luck at times, their results largely speak for themselves and they will fancy their chances here.
Certainly Athletic look very short for the win, given their failure to claim victory in La Liga since match-day one. They did win 4-0 at Huesca in the Copa del Rey in midweek in their first game under new management. However they also won 4-0 in the 1st Leg under Berizzo, only to put in an abject 2nd Half showing at Levante last Monday. Confidence levels are clearly fragile in the Athletic camp and the lack of a natural striker is a major cause for concern.
Aritz Aduriz is yet to score in La Liga and looks well past his best now at the age of 37. Inaki Williams meanwhile is more of a natural winger and the only really viable Basque striker option to come in is Fernando Llorente, with a January move now looking ever more likely. It’s ridiculous that La Liga’s top scorer Cristhian Stuani can be backed to score anytime at longer odds here than Williams, who hasn’t netted a home league goal in over two years since scoring against Eibar in December 2016.
Girona will be full of confidence given their current unbeaten streak and they also boast a great away record. They are the only Spanish Primera Division side yet to taste defeat on their travels this term and no side can better their average of 2 points per game away. To top it off, Athletic have three men suspended here, including Yuri and Inigo Martinez, their best two defenders.
Given that, backing Girona Double Chance certainly appeals and they may even have enough to totally ruin Garitano’s first outing at San Mames as Athletic boss.
A second placed Rangers will travel up north as they are hosted by bottom of the table Dundee at Dens Park. Can the Dee take all three points?
Things seem to be easing up for Dundee this season under the guidance of Jim McIntyre. Neil McCann’s time in charge this season saw his side win once in his second-last game, but only after the now ex-manager amassed a huge seven defeats in a row.
McIntyre, hasn’t had any more luck. In fact, the Dee’s boss was doing even worse for his side, as he had only managed to gain a mere two points in the last two months – both of which have come in the last two weeks. A 1-1 draw at home to St Mirren wasn’t what either team needed, as it solidified both their places at the bottom of the league and it pushed them further away from the safe zone. Dundee did well against Hibs last week, as they managed to earn a well-fought draw after being two goals down.
The Dee were without a win in their last seven Scottish Premiership matches, but that changed in their midweek clash with fellow relegation candidates Hamilton. The hosts thrashed the Accies 4-0, and the result came at a great moment for the club. Kenny proved his worth yet again, as the ex-Rangers striker scored an impressive hat-trick, which massively aided the Dee’s effort to defeat Hamilton. Despite that result, Dundee are still bottom of the table, but a win this weekend could push them up one place.
Rangers have moved down from the top of the Scottish Premiership table after ascending to first place for the first time this season. The Gers were able to come back from behind and beat Hearts 2-1 at Tynecastle on Sunday, but they lost their top spot after a defeat at home to Aberdeen.
It was a tough game for Rangers in Edinburgh, and Hearts certainly didn’t make it easy for them, especially during the first half hour of the match. The Jambos were all over the visitors, and they even managed to grab a goal, but Conor Goldson managed to pull one back for his side a short time after conceding the first, and Alfredo Morelos bagged yet another goal a few minutes before half-time, winning the game for his side.
Their midweek clash with Aberdeen didn’t go as expected, as Scott McKenna’s 7th minute goal was all the Dons needed to leave Ibrox with all three points. Cosgrove’s 34th minute sending off was somewhat controversial, and it seemed like the Gers would have the upper hand for the reminder of the game. But Gerrard’s men couldn’t break the Aberdeen defence, which had solidified once they went down to ten men.
To make matters worse, Alfredo Morelos was also sent off in the 65th minute, as he seemingly lashed out at Aberdeen captain Graeme Shinnie. This red card is the Colombian’s third of the season, and also Rangers’ eighth one, so it’s something Gerrard needs to work on in the changing room.
Rangers will be keen to take advantage of the Celtic-Kilmarnock game on Saturday, and a draw in that fixture could be useful for the Gers, as a win over Dundee would see them go back to the top of the table again. We’re going to back the visitors to take the three points to Glasgow and win to nil, with a final result of 2-0.
West Ham put in another stellar performance on Tuesday as Lucas Perez came off the bench to net a brace and lead The Hammers to their second consecutive 3 goal haul against Cardiff. This followed on from their dismantling of Newcastle last weekend to put them in high spirits ahead of this busy month, but anybody who follows West Ham know that things can change in the blink of an eye with their club.
That has turned out to be the case already this season. They started the campaign with a quartet of defeats in the Premier League, but looked a changed team as they beat Everton and Manchester United either side of a stalemate with London rivals Chelsea. As usual, their good form evaporated instantaneously as they lost to Brighton, and before that win over Newcastle they had managed just 1 win from their previous 6 Premier League matches.
Fortunately for West Ham, they’re facing a side who are really struggling at the moment. Crystal Palace may have beaten Burnley last weekend, but that was followed by a comprehensive defeat at the hands of Brighton in midweek and Roy Hodgson’s men remain in a precarious position.
The Eagles have won just 1 of their last 10 Premier League matches and have lost 6 times in this period, pushing them down to 15th in the table and only 3 points clear of the relegation zone. With games against Manchester City and Chelsea to come in December, Palace are looking in poor shape right now.
Away from home Crystal Palace are winless in 5 Premier League games now, and 4 of those have ended in defeat. The 3-1 loss to Brighton in midweek will have brought confidence crashing back down at Selhurst Park, so a resurgent looking West Ham side aren’t the ideal opponents.
For all of West Ham’s inconsistencies, they do actually tend to do well against the lower quality opposition. The only bottom half side they have lost against this season is Wolves, and 3 of these 5 games against bottom half opposition have ended in victory.
The hosts have now won 3 of their last 5 Premier League games and have scored an impressive 11 goals in the process, and 10 of those goals have come in their wins during this period. West Ham should have what it takes to get the 3 points against a Crystal Palace side in dire straits, so backing a home win alongside a 3-1 correct score predictions looks the best bet.
Having drawn 1-1 in the first leg, La Liga side Levante will be looking to use their home advantage to come out on top and thus progress to the next round. Confidence will be high in the home camp after their 3-0 win in the league on Monday evening.
When the teams met in the first leg, they were locked together at 1-1, though that score-lie didn’t quite do the game justice. Neither side did a good job of keeping the other at bay, while they both created plenty of chances going forward. On another day, the pair would’ve shared four or five goals.
Levante will have undoubtedly given a bit too much away for manager Paco Lopez’s liking in the first leg, though it’s not something that the boss isn’t used to. This season, Levante have played well at times; they’re useful going forward and can certainly score goals, but they are all too often easy to undo at the back, even on their own patch. In La Liga during the current campaign, Wednesday’s hosts have shipped a worrying 14 goals in seven matches at home, while they’re giving up an average of 1.82 expected goals. Lugo may be a second division team, but such stats will give them belief ahead of the trip to Estadi Ciutat de València.
Second division teams can often get stage fright when visiting a top-tier side, even if they’ve done well against the same side at home, though Lugo ought to be uplifted by their performances in the first leg, while let’s face it, they’re not taking on a Barcelona on a Real Madrid. Levante are a useful side, but they’re not be feared and can be got at.
Away from home in their own division, Lugo haven’t exactly thrived, but they’re not facing expansive teams on a regular basis. The visitors seemed to enjoy the fact that Levante opened the game up in the first leg, and with the hosts essentially guaranteed to adopt an attacking approach on their own patch, there will certainly be opportunities for Lugo. Whether they can keep things tight at the back or not is another matter. Judging by their efforts against Levante a month ago, coupled with the fact that they’re shipping an average of 1.51 expected goals away from home in their own division, probably not.
At the prices, considering that both Levante and Lugo exceeded 2.0 expected goals for in the first leg, coupled with their respective defensive efforts this season, the bet that stands out is ‘Over 2.5 Goals & Both Teams to Score’. The hosts have the quality to do plenty of damage going forward, but defensive solidity could once again elude them.
This time last season Burnley were rejoicing in what was a completely unexpected string of fantastic results in the Premier League. Against all the odds, the Clarets would go on to finish in the Europa League qualifying spots despite being tipped for relegation, but the 2018/19 campaign isn’t quite going in the same vein.
Burnley’s 2-0 loss to Crystal Palace at the weekend extended their winless run to 7 matches in the Premier League, and with 5 of those ending in defeat it has seen them plummet down the table. Their back-to-back victories against Bournemouth and Cardiff back in September seem a lifetime ago now, and as we head into a busy festive period of football they are looking up the table from a disappointing 19th place.
Sean Dyche has a few tough matches to prepare for in the coming weeks as well. After this hosting of Liverpool they have a relative breather at home to Brighton, but then face trips away to Spurs and Arsenal followed by a Boxing Day hosting of Everton.
Liverpool’s season, in the Premier League at least, is going much more according to plan. They required a ridiculously late and rather fortunate Divock Origi winner in their Merseyside Derby at the weekend, but such good fortune is often what league titles are built on.
Jurgen Klopp’s men are still just 2 points adrift of reigning champions Manchester City, and that weekend victory made it 11 wins from their 14 games so far. They are yet to taste defeat in the top flight, and not many are expecting Burnley to end that run on Wednesday.
After Manchester City conceded a goal to Bournemouth on Saturday, Liverpool are now officially the best defensive side in the Premier League. They have only conceded 5 goals all season, and each of their last 3 outings have resulted in a clean sheet.
This defensive mettle isn’t limited to Anfield either. They have kept a clean sheet in 3 of their 7 away games this season, and they have conceded just 1 goal in their 7 league matches against teams in the lower half of the Premier League table.
Burnley, meanwhile, have scored just 13 league goals this season and have failed to score on 7 occasions. They haven’t found the back of the net in any of their 3 matches against the Premier League ‘Big Six’, so we think backing Liverpool to Win to Nil along with a 2-0 correct score predictions looks the best option here.
A comfortable victory for West Ham at the weekend moved them clear of the drop zone, and they are aiming to keep climbing the table with another win this week. The Hammers host Cardiff on Tuesday night, continuing a crucial run for the club. Their weekend victory at Newcastle was the start of a stretch where they face six of the seven sides below them, something they need to make the most of.
The hosts are up to 13th in the table following their 3-0 hammering of Newcastle, and that success seems like the spark which could send them into the top half. They are coming off the back of a 4-0 drubbing by Man City in their last home game, but they should make the most of a much more straightforward task in midweek. The bookies have made West Ham favourites to follow up their weekend win.
Cardiff are fresh from a home win over Wolves. That success took them out of the bottom three, and Neil Warnock’s side are making a fight of this campaign. It was set to be a tough campaign for the Welsh side, who looked set for a speedy return to the Championship. They’re making a fight of things in the top flight, but will they be able to cause problems for the Hammers this week?
The Welsh side have enjoyed most of their points at home this term, as one of the few sides in the league who have failed to win on the road. They have lost five of six trips ahead of this week’s clash. No side in the league has picked up fewer points on their travels this season, while they’ve secured a huge 91% of their points so far at home.
Cardiff have scored just 15% of their goals so far on the road, having failed to score in 67% of their away matches. The Welsh side are unsurprisingly outsiders following their torrid run on the road. Another factor working against the visitors is their record against West Ham of late. They’ve lost their previous six meetings with the Hammers, and they come into this one having lost three straight trips to East London. The hosts should add to that here, and we think it’s worth backing them to add to Cardiff’s away woes. Given how the Welsh side are struggling in front of goal, we’re also going for a 2-0 win for the Hammers.
National League North side Guiseley provided one of the first-round upsets when they scored four goals on route to victory against League Two’s Cambridge. Despite going into that match as 9/2 outsiders, the sixth-tier outfit came flying out the blocks and ran away with proceedings before a late flourish from the visitors gave the result a less one-sided look. After such a pleasing effort against Football League opponents, Guiseley will be hoping to deliver another upset when they welcome Fleetwood (and the BT Sport cameras) to Nethermoor Park on Monday evening.
It would be wrong to say that Guiseley absolutely dominated Cambridge in the previous round, while it would also be wrong to say that a total of four goals scored didn’t flatter the sixth-tier side. With an expected-goals for total of 1.4, Guiseley weren’t quite as dominant in the final third as the score-line suggested, though they certainly proved that they can get at opposition from a higher level. However, in conceding three goals and shipping 2.2 expected goals, they also showed that they’re not the toughest to break down.
In front of their own fans, with such a pleasing result behind them, the hosts will likely adopt the same forward-thinking approach against Fleetwood on Monday. Such tactics should allow them to do some damage, though by the same token, it would be a surprise if they managed to avoid coming under considerable pressure at the other end.
Not only will this be the second time this season that Guiseley have faced Football League opposition, but it will also be the second time that the Cod Army have taken on a side from the National League North and having already proved themselves capable of dominating such opponents, Fleetwood ought to go to Nethermoor Park feeling confident.
When Joey Barton’s men took on Alfreton Town, who lost by a goal to nil against Guiseley in the league back in August, in the last round, they made light work of both creating chances and scoring goals, as they eased to a 4-1 victory. That said, their opponents certainly didn’t go 90 minutes without getting involved. The Trawlermen gave up a goal, 12 shots and five shots on target on that occasion, so they’re certainly not expected to come through unscathed on Monday evening.
In the previous round, Guiseley and Fleetwood showed both attacking strength and defensive frailties. If we take both of those performances into consideration, then it’s easy to feel that ‘Over 2.5 Goals & Both Teams to Score’ is a decent bet at the prices. The home advantage ought to once again help Guiseley to make their presence felt offensively, especially if they get on the front foot again, though the visitors have the quality to do plenty of damage, just as they did against Alfreton in the previous round.
Having swapped places with Luton at the end of last season, Bury have done reasonably well in League Two this season; they’re 5th and on course to challenge for promotion back to League One. Recent results in front of a home crowd should give the hosts confidence ahead of this match, though they’ve need more than belief to get the better of a very strong Luton side.
Bury will be aware that they’re not expected to get past a Luton side that has been in imperious form of late, though such expectations on the visitors should allow the hosts to play with freedom, so they cannot be discounted, especially since they’ve carried themselves well at home during the current campaign.
There’s been plenty to like about the way that Bury have gone about their business of late. Much like Luton in the division above, the Shakers have adopted something of a forward-thinking no nonsense approach. They’ve looked to dominate by getting forward with intent, have created plenty of chances and have scored plenty of goals.
Performances by the Shakers at home have been nothing short of excellent in recent times. Ryan Lowe’s men come into this match having scored four in each of their last two at Gigg Lane, while they’re no unbeaten in five in front of their own fans. What’s more, Bury are averaging a very impressive 1.98 expected goals for at home, which is 1.26 more than they’ve given away on average at the other end. Such stats suggest Luton won’t have things all their own way in this match.
Luton have been one of the most impressive teams in League One in recent times, but it’s fair to say that most of their show-stopping performances have come at Kenilworth Road. They’ve certainly not been poor on the road, but they’ve not been anywhere near as commanding, which bodes well for Sunday’s hosts.
Offensively, Luton still carry a real threat on their travels, as the fact that they’re averaging 1.65 suggests, though some teams have proven that they can be got at. Gillingham breached the Hatters’ rear-guard last weekend, while other bottom-half teams in League One such as Oxford and Wycombe have scored against Luton at home.
At the prices, it really isn’t tough to take a punt on the hosts, who’ve not once failed to dominate a team at home this season. Luton will be the best team that the Shakers have faced, but the prices don’t reflect just how good Bury have been on their own patch, while facing Luton with a home crowd behind you is far easier than travelling to take on the Hatters at Kenilworth Road. With a hugely impressive average expected goals difference on their own patch, compared to Luton’s of +0.16 away from home, Bury are backed to come out on top at what appears to be a slightly generous.
The writing looked to be on the wall for Huddersfield back at the end of October. They started a new month having just lost 3-0 against Watford, extending their winless start to the season to ten matches and leaving them floundering in the bottom 3 of the table.
However, a 1-0 win over the torrid Fulham breathed new life into the side that defied the odds to avoid relegation last season. They followed that with a draw against West Ham and a 2-0 win away to Wolves last weekend. This resurgence has been enough to lift them out of the Premier League drop zone and into 15th position.
Now, The Terriers face another side who are relative newcomers to the top flight, although their opponents have fared significantly better than them so far this season.
Brighton sit up in a respectable 12th position in the Premier League with a 5 point cushion over Huddersfield and a 7 point gap before they reach the bottom 3. This is largely thanks to a number of fantastic performances at the Amex Stadium, but away from home they have struggled for over a year now.
The Seagulls have won just 1 of their 7 away games in the Premier League this season, and 5 of them have ended in defeat. They have failed to score on 3 occasions and conceded 12 goals at the other end, and their most recent failure was a disappointing 2-1 loss against relegation candidates Cardiff.
Travelling has been a problem for Brighton since they were promoted last season. They have won just 3 of their 26 Premier League away games since their promotion, drawing 6 times and losing the remaining 17 matches. They had the worst away record in the top flight last season and they’re not looking like they’ve overcome this problem.
Huddersfield have a real chance to continue their recent resurgence here. They are facing a Brighton side who are on a 3 match winless run and have a terrible away record, and considering The Terriers have lost just 1 of their last 10 home matches against Brighton we think backing a home win is the best option here, along with a 1-0 correct score predictions.
home team wins = 1
draw = X
away team wins = 2
home team wins OR draw = 1X
away team wins OR draw = X2
home team OR away team win = 12
HALFTIME home team wins - FULLTIME home team wins = 1/1
HALFTIME draw - FULLTIME home team wins = X/1
HALFTIME home team wins - FULLTIME away team wins = 1/2
HALFTIME home team wins - FULLTIME draw = 1/X
HALFTIME draw - FULLTIME draw = X/X
HALFTIME away team wins - FULLTIME draw = 2/X
HALFTIME away team wins - FULLTIME home team wins = 2/1
HALFTIME draw - FULLTIME away team wins = X/2
HALFTIME away team wins - FULLTIME away team wins = 2/2
under 2,5 goals = 0-2
over 2,5 goals = 3+
over 3,5 goals = 4+
over 4,5 goals = 5+
over 5,5 goals = 6+
over 6,5 golas = 7+
Both teams to score
both teams to score YES = GG
both teams to score NO = NG
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